Validity and reliability of Kinect skeleton for measuring shoulder joint angles: a feasibility study.

@article{Huber2015ValidityAR,
  title={Validity and reliability of Kinect skeleton for measuring shoulder joint angles: a feasibility study.},
  author={Meghan E. Huber and Amee L. Seitz and Miriam Leeser and Dagmar Sternad},
  journal={Physiotherapy},
  year={2015},
  volume={101 4},
  pages={389-93}
}
OBJECTIVE To test the reliability and validity of shoulder joint angle measurements from the Microsoft Kinect™ for virtual rehabilitation. DESIGN Test-retest reliability and concurrent validity, feasibility study. SETTING Motion analysis laboratory. PARTICIPANTS A convenience sample of 10 healthy adults. METHODS Shoulder joint angle was assessed in four static poses, two trials for each pose, using: (1) the Kinect; (2) a three-dimensional motion analysis system; and (3) a clinical… CONTINUE READING
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